Science SPORE Prize
November 2011

The Open Source Physics Project is supported by NSF DUE-0442581.

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Vector Components Model  [ Computer Program ]

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A. Duffy
The Vector Components model allows the user to split a vector into its components, and practice finding the magnitude and direction of a vector if you know the components. In the…
Vector Addition Model  [ Computer Program ]

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100
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A. Duffy
The Vector Addition model allows the user to practice vector addition of two vectors in two dimensions. You are given the magnitude and direction of the two vectors, and your goal is…
Data Fitting JS Model  [ Computer Program ]

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100
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F. Esquembre
The Data Fitting JS Model uses a least square fitting algorithm to fit a polynomial curve to a data set. Users can add points by clicking within the plotting panel. This model is…
Fibonacci Sphere Model  [ Computer Program ]

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100
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W. Christian
The Fibonacci Sphere Model draws n equidistant points on a sphere by distributing the points on a Fibonacci spiral. The sequence the produces this distribution separates advances the…
Fibonacci Spiral Model  [ Computer Program ]

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100
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W. Christian
The Fibonacci Spiral Model draws a geometric spiral whose growth is regulated by the Fibonacci series. Its growth parallels the rapid growth of the series itself. The golden spiral…

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